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Many people who do not have experience with internet-based companies often experience confusion with the process, both on the buying and selling side of the transaction. At W3 Business Advisors, our business brokers have the industry specific insight needed to guide you every step of the way whether you are buying or selling an internet-based company. Deciding to work with an internet business broker can save you thousands of dollars in the long run and help you avoid the "red flags" and most common mistakes that will inevitably be made without the proper guidance and representation. Below you will find several articles that discuss some of the most common questions about buying/selling an internet-based company.

Selling an Amazon-based Internet Business
Selling Your Website in 2013
Is SBA Financing Making a Comeback?
Selling Your Website When Sales Are Declining
Why You Need a Website Brokerage
Preparing for the Sale of Your Website
Valuing a Website is Not a Simple Process
What to consider when buying an Internet Business
Why Deals Can Sometimes Fall Apart
Common Types of Owner Financing
Knowing Just When to Sell Your Internet Business
Timeframe from Listing to Closing
Tough Job Market Means More Buyers
Virtual Closing vs. In-Person Closing
Tax Effects on an Internet Business Sale
The Importance of Accurate Financials
The Closing of an Internet Business Transaction
External Factors Affecting Website Valuations
Valuation Methods Used to Analyze an Internet Business
Selling Your Internet Business - Stock vs. Asset Sale
Why It Can Be Difficult Valuing Intangible Assets, Goodwill, etc.
Working with an Internet Business Broker vs. Traditional Business Broker
Exploring Exit Strategies and being Discreet with Employees
Small Business Financing for Qualified Buyers in Today's Economy
Selling a website - Timing is Everything
A New Year with New Opportunities
Owner Financing in Today's Lending Environment
Why Business Brokers Require Exclusive Listing Agreements
Website Acquisitions and Non-Compete Agreements
Buyer and Seller Relationships Before & After the Sale
Business Acquisitions vs. Investing on Wall Street
Selling Websites as a Package or Individually
Growing Revenues with Less Overhead
5 Most Common Mistakes to Avoid during the Sale Process